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“Could you eat a 5000 year old honey?”

Why is honey the only natural food that doesn’t spoil? OHoney has immense incredible properties. Besides having it’s delicious flavour, it’s practically the only natural food that doesn’t spoil. Mas do you know why that happens? The food produced by bees began to be used because of it’s medical properties a long time ago, especially as a treatment for open wounds. The greek historian Heródoto reported that the Babylonians buried their dead in honey, and Alexander, the Great may have been embalmed in a coffin filled with this golden liquid. The oldest honey ever found was encountered in Georgia and has about 5 thousand years of age. So, if you found this pot of honey, could you eat it? Amina Harris of the Honey and…

Tea with honey Nº 25 Christmas by beesweet helps to relieve the flu!

Prepare tea with honey Nº 25 Christmas – cinnamon, helps to calm the flu symptoms. This tea has the power to relieve coughs and soothe the throat, which are common symptoms in an influenza state. It also relieves the throat in case of tonsillitis. Ingredients: 5 Indian Cloves 2 Cinnamon Sticks 1 Tablespoon of Honey Nº25 Christmas by Beesweet Half Lemon Juice In a pan put the half lemon juice (you can add a little bit of water) with the indian cloves, the cinnamon and boil it for 10 minutes. Then, put it in a cup of tea, add the honey and drink it while it’s warm. Repeat this recipe for a few days before you rest and you will see that you’ll feel better….

Honey helps fighting throat pains

Yes! It’s a truth tested and proven! The characteristics that make honey have this antibiotic action are: the low Ph, that provides an acid ambient that can inhibit the development of micro-organisms. The fact that it contains little water in its composition helps to prevent the growth of bacteria. Besides, honey has gluconic acid that contributes to the formation of hydrogen peroxide, a powerful antibacterial! Beesweet recommends the honey Nº5 Winter – Mint. Its balsamic power adds benefits to health and wellness! Adquire your beesweet Honey here:

The miraculous results of consuming honey in fasting!

Os resultados milagrosos de consumir Mel em jejum

Few people know the benefits of honey. Honey is a very healthy aliment, full of properties that significantly increase our health and prevent lots of diseases. However, it’s effects can be even more powerful when we combine them with warm water. Several studies have shown that honey dissolved in water has a lot of health benefits, and that can be a great way to consume it more often in the day. Helps to lose weight Honey is an aliment that provides a sensation of satiety. Diluting a spoonful of honey in warm water can help you lose weight, as well it makes us feel satiated, it also controls the mechanism of the brain that causes the desire to ingest sugars. Helps to reduce cholesterol levels…

Benefits of the consumption of beesweet honey in health

Honey is a sweet liquid produced by bees from the removal of nectar from flowers. Honey is composed by minerals such as iron, calcium, phosphate, sodium, chlorine, potassium, magnesium, fructose and glucose. It’s also very rich in vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6. Due to the presence of powerful antiseptic, antibacterial and healing properties, honey is used as medicine to treat many common health problems. Since Beesweet Honey is flavored by using aromatic plants, these already existing benefits in honey naturally are further enhanced. So, Beesweet Honey contributes to: 1. Increase energy Honey can instantly boost your energy level. Due to the natural sugars, it provides a source of calories and energy whenever the body needs it. So the next time you feel like…

Honey is good for the intestines

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According to data from World Health Organization (WHO), honey contains about 70 beneficial components to the organism. This medicinal power is due to to the great concentration of non-digestible carbohydrates and oligosaccharides in the liquid, they work as prebiotics and regulate the functioning of the beneficial cells that exist in our intestine. Beesweet . . . More than honey! Adquire yours here:

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